PHP-Fusion

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PHP-Fusion
PHP-Fusion Logo
Developer(s)PHP-Fusion Inc
Initial releaseApril 12, 2003; 19 years ago (2003-04-12)[citation needed]
Stable release
9.03.90[1] / 2020-12-04[±]
Repositorygithub.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fusion/
Written inPHP
Operating systemUnix-like, Windows, Linux
Available in19 [2] languages
TypeBlog software, Content Management System, Content Management Framework, user management software,[citation needed] social networking software[citation needed]
LicenseAGPL v3[3]
Websitephp-fusion.co.uk

PHP-Fusion is a free and open-source web framework based on PHP and MySQL that has an integrated content management system (CMS)[4][5] among many other[which?] features.[6]

To function, PHP-Fusion has to be installed on a web server, this can be either locally hosted or remotely hosted.

PHP-Fusion was one of the five winner finalists at the Open Source CMS Awards in 2007.[7] [8]

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  1. ^ "PHP-Fusion 9.03.90 with support for the blazing fast PHP 8 released". php-fusion.co.uk. Retrieved 2020-12-18.
  2. ^ "PHP-Fusion Languages".
  3. ^ "PHP-Fusion Licensing".
  4. ^ Hooker, Richard; Monas, Steve (2008). "Web and Ecommerce". Shoestring venture : the startup bible. New York: iUniverse. pp. 401–402. ISBN 9780595506514.
  5. ^ Xie, Yichen (2007). Static detection of software errors : precise and scalable algorithms for automatic detection of software errors. Berlin; London: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller. p. 80. ISBN 9783836421720.
  6. ^ Hooker, Richard; Monas, Steve (2008). "Web and Ecommerce". Shoestring venture : the startup bible. New York: iUniverse. pp. 412–413. ISBN 9780595506514.
  7. ^ "2007 Open Source CMS Award Finalists". Packt. Packt Publishing Ltd. 10 September 2007. Archived from the original on 11 September 2007.
  8. ^ Wolter, Katinka; Vieira, Marco; Avritzer, Alberto; van Moorsel, Aad, eds. (2012). Resilience assessment and evaluation of computing systems. New York; Dordrecht; Heidelberg; London: Springer. p. 229. ISBN 9783642290329.

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